Following the official inauguration of the extension of the T2 line, on Monday 29 August 2022, the collective Tango pour Tous identified many shortcomings or issues on the new general public transport community in Nîmes.
For the collective Tango pour Tous, the Agglo de Nîmes can do even much better in phrases of transportation. Regardless of the extension to the east of the T2 tramway, progress is achievable, judges the association, on Friday 2 September 2022. " The lookup for price savings at all fees, and the willingness to insist on connections (which is not essentially reasonable, when the hourly frequencies are not ample) from time to time leads to poorer products and services than prior toobserve Tango for All. Thus, highway customers from Uzès can no for a longer period go directly to Jean Jaurès or Ville Lively. Consequently all those of Saint Césaire are deprived of service to the outlets and services of the highway to Montpellier de la Ville Lively, earlier served by line 5 the consultation designed it attainable to generate a compact line, the 89, but the minimalist hrs of this line (from 9 to 11 and from 14 to 16!) do not allow for the personnel of the shops, companies and the job interview to use it. "
The collective adds it additional “Users with lowered mobility are also penalized " whilst " weekend and holiday getaway occasions remain skeletal. " Last but not least, Tango pour Tous asks for free of charge transportation, starting up with school kids. " It is paradoxical that substantial faculty pupils from Remoulins or Calvisson and from Nîmes or Milhaud profit from absolutely free admission structured by the Area, even though superior college students from Nîmes, Milhaudois and the full Nîmes-Métropole agglomeration have to fork out the Agglo should really align with the Location, as for case in point the Grand Alès did“, Justifies the collective.